9. Fourth of July
If summer is a busy season at WDW, then the Fourth of July week is Summer 2.0. This patriotic week tends to be a popular week to travel as most businesses close on July Fourth. This, coupled with the fact that the Magic Kingdom has a special fireworks extravaganza, makes WDW the perfect location to celebrate the freedom of the United States. All you need is some festive ears, a melting ice cream cone, and a seat in Liberty Square to complete your in-park celebration. Be warned though, many other guests will have the same idea.